Coolmax Socks for Cycling, Running and Athletics
A good athletic sock supports your activity with dry feet, no odor, and blister prevention.Aero Tech Designs presents a variety of athletic and high performance socks. We design and produce luxury cycling socks made of high end fibers. We also sell running socks that have padded soles. All our socks are made of advanced moisture management fibers like Coolmax and Dri-Release. The materials dry quickly, and have an everlasting wicking property with Odor Control. Sweat can sap your strength, so managing the evaporation of this moisture means you spend less energy to cool your body, which enhances your athletic performance and endurance. CoolMax has the best at sock breathability, nothing's more comfortable to ride or run in. Most of our socks are manufactured in the United States. Read More Below...
Good Cycling Socks are loaded with features that deliver reliable comfort when working out. Here is a guide for our socks.
Road Biking: Many avid Road Riders look for a thin liner type sock so that the shoe and sock are snug to the foot.
Mountain Bikers: Putting one foot down in a puddle, or riding through a stream means wet feed. For ideal mountain bike socks, try the black coolmax quarter Sock. The coolmax yarns transpoint moisture away from the skin. The black color means it can take the muddy rides.
Trail Riders: The ideal sock in this category is a multi sport coolmax sock like the coolmax quarter crew sock.
Triathlon Socks - The ideal sock for this multi sport activity is the Wigwam Ironman Triathlon Socks which are designed to prevent blisters and stay dry with a unique and poprietary blend of synthetic fibers that move moisture and wear like an ironman.
Bicycle Commuter - For the bicycle commuter, the ideal sock may be the "Portland Look" which is a snazzy bicycle sock that gives a little spice to the rolled up pant leg. See our Men's Funky Bicycle Socks
Winter Riding - Toe Warmers and Shoe covers are essential for winter biking. Some shoe covers are high visibility colors with reflective trims for enhanced visibility in low light conditions.
Want more information on Invista's Coolmax for socks? Go to their website here: Coolmax Cycling Socks